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Lamont climate scientist Peter deMenocal and activist Bill McKibben detail their reasons for marching on Sept. 21.
More coverage of Helga Gomes and Joaquim Goes' study in Nature Communications.
Young scientists of the world, unite! The Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades will hold its annual open house on Oct. 11.
Scientists plan to profile the ocean bottom off the Outer Banks using sonic blasts to learn more about how the continents broke apart millions of years ago.
Cites climate research by Lamont's Park Williams.
Cites new research led by Lamont's Helga Gomes and Joaquim Goes.
A new study in Nature Communications led by Lamont's Helga Gomes and Joaquim Goes documents a massive shift at the base of the Arabian Sea food chain.
Summary of study led by Lamont's Helga Gomes and Joaquim Goes.
Cites carbon capture research of Lamont's Peter Eisenberger and David Goldberg.
The Northstar 1 brine injection well in Youngstown, Ohio, was closed after a series of earthquakes. Lamont-Doherty researchers later linked the tremors to the injection of waste fracking fluid underground.
Lamont's Park Williams and Ed Cook comment on California's prolonged drought.
Lamont's Jason Smerdon and Richard Seager quoted.
Cites an upcoming research expedition led by Lamont's Suzanne Carbotte.
Lamont's Jason Smerdon comments on a new study upping the odds of a long-term drought across the Southwest.
Lamont's Jason Smerdon comments on a new study showing that climate change is increasing the odds of long-term drought in the Southwest.
Lamont-Doherty seismologist Felix Waldhauser comments on the magnitude 6 earthquake that struck Northern California on Sunday.
Lamont-Doherty seismology klaus Jacob comments on a new study showing that California's extended drought has raised the landscape nearly half an inch in the last 18 months.
"We've had a lot of bonuses on this mission," said Lamont-Doherty director Sean Solomon, principal investigator of NASA's Messenger mission to Mercury. "We're in new territory for spacecraft."
Swings between wet and dry landscapes pushed some of our ancestors toward modern traits—and killed off others, writes Lamont-Doherty scientist Peter deMenocal.
Cites ongoing water sampling in the Hudson River led by Lamont-Doherty and partner institutions.